New Orleans’ Jackson Square. / And_Ant / Shutterstock. New Orleans, La., Nov 15, 2021 / 15:24 pm (CNA). The Archdiocese of New Orleans will pay more than $1 million in a settlement related to allegations of fraud in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the Department of Justice announced Nov. 15. According to the DOJ, the […]
Christine Rousselle Members of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops pray during their fall 2019 assembly in Baltimore, the last time they met in person. The discussion about Eucharistic coherence will garner the most media attention, but four other issues also weren’t warrant close attention.
A whopping 5.6% of the nation or 18,000,000 people: That’s the latest estimate for the number of Americans who identify as LGBT in the United States. The figure represents an all-time high, up from 3.5% in 2012 and 4.5% in 2017. The term “LGBT” stands for “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender.” The neologism “transgender” was created by Dr. John F. Oliven, who, in his […]
This is very sad! Saturday Night Live mocked the Texas Heartbeat Act in a disgusting skit that aired on Nov. 6. Actress The post SNL Clown Actress Credits Success to Abortion, Mocks Texas Heartbeat Law appeared first on .
Freedom-loving Australians refuse to submit to ‘draconian’ COVID laws, hold massive Melbourne protest
Billed as ‘one of the largest protests in years,’ Melbourne residents, numbered in the tens of thousands, demonstrated this past weekend against proposed COVID-19 related laws.
Biden Treasury pick wants to eliminate private bank accts., Federal Reserve to control ‘all’ deposits
Professor Saule Omarova’s nomination has generated criticism due to her opposition to private banking.
The New York Times published a story on ‘a series of memos written by the group’s lawyer,’ apparently obtained when the FBI raided the homes of Project Veritas journalists.
Archbishop Nelson Perez of Philadelphia speaking with Montse Alvarado on EWTN News In Depth Nov. 4, 2021. The Cuban-American archbishop of Philadelphia discusses outreach to the Latino community, the need for a Eucharistic Revival, and upholding the sanctity of life as the Supreme Court considers abortion next month.
Priest called for parishioners to arm themselves against warring drug gangs.
Lucía Giménez still suffers pain in her knees from the years she spent scrubbing floors in the men’s bathroom at the Opus Dei residence in Argentina’s capital for hours without pay.